An organization focused on land rights issues, Parley Liberia, has collaborated with the Liberia Land Authority in a conference on Customary Land Formalization which involved local leaders from three counties â€“ Bong, Lofa, and Nimba.
Members of the Bong County Legislative Caucus have elected a new set of leaders to head the caucus for the next two years.
The International University of the Center for Environmental and Public Health Research Inc., also known as CEPRES has conferred undergraduate degrees on 43 students while certificating more than 25 others at the universityâ€™s first graduation ceremony held in Gbarnga, Bong.
Bong county superintendent Esther Walker and the chair of the countyâ€™s Project Management Committee, Stephen Mulbah, have illegally inflated the cost for renovating the superintendentâ€™s compound by nearly US$100,000.
Citizens of Gwetamue and surrounding communities of Bongâ€™s fifth district have formally petitioned the former ambassador to the United States, Mexico, and Canada, Jeremiah Sulunteh, to contest a seat in the upcoming midterm senatorial elections in October.
As Wednesday marked the end of the second year that President George Weah has been in office, a national pro-democracy group, Naymote, says the president has only fulfilled only 7 of the 92 campaign promises he made.
More than 400 farmers have received certificates after completing a nearly 10-month training program conducted by Solidaridad.
The Liberia National Police in Bong has finally charged David Tokpah, the suspended head of Natural Resource Management of the Central Agricultural Research Institute, as the main suspect in the theft of property case involving missing assets at Liberiaâ€™s Central Agriculture and Research Institute, CARI.